Our HSE Commitment
We shall look after ourselves.
We shall look after the people around us.
We shall look after the world around us.
MB-Health Safety and Environment (HSE)
We at MB Petroleum are committed to conduct
our business in a manner that protects the
health and safety of our employees,
contractors and society at large and protect
the environment where we operate.
We believe that a good HSE performance is
paramount to our business success and we
shall manage HSE matters like any other
critical business activity.
We are committed to promote a culture in
which all employees realize the need to look
after themselves, the people around them and
the environment they live in.
MB HSE Management System
Health, Safety and the Environment have
always been strong and valued aspects of MB
MB Petroleum has built a sustainable HSE
Culture through visible management
commitment, increasing our employees’ HSE
awareness, analyzing all identified hazards,
improving the competence of our staff, and
strengthening our preventative maintenance
programs. MB Petroleum is continually
striving to improve its HSE performance. Our
ultimate goal is to have a healthy workforce
with zero fatalities, zero LTI’s, zero
rollovers, zero equipment damage and zero
HSE in MB Petroleum is the operational
line’s responsibility, with each individual
taking ownership and accountability for
his/her actions. We at MB Petroleum are
proud of the fact that we do have a policy
of empowering our staff to stop work if
unsafe. The Oil and Gas industry is not a
risk free working environment, this is why
we need to be proactive to either eliminate
or control the hazards. We maintain high
safety standards through our flagship ‘Safe
Track System’. The Safe Track system is a
hazard observation tool designed to help our
workforce identify risky behavior and unsafe
conditions. It provides management with
eyes, in all our operations, through our
We empower all employees
Not to start work unless they believe it
is safe to do so and to stop any work if
they believe it is unsafe.
Petroleum has a policy to develop and
promote staff with potential from within the
organization. The Group linked up with an
international training institute to tailor a
safety leadership course to develop MB
supervisors' abilities to adequately lead
their teams and improve safety performance,
quality and productivity.